About your Search

20130401
20130430
SHOW
Today 22
( more )
STATION
CNNW 35
KNTV (NBC) 26
KTVU (FOX) 24
KGO (ABC) 20
MSNBCW 20
CSPAN2 19
CSPAN 16
KPIX (CBS) 15
KQED (PBS) 12
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 11
SFGTV 11
CNBC 10
FBC 9
KRCB (PBS) 6
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 307
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 312 (some duplicates have been removed)
. christopher // -- >> i am christopher fulkerson. i agree with director reiskin, we are behind the game. it is ironic. i think that it is obvious that we need it, hausman is correct, uber has decided this for us. we have been seeing what happens with too much competition, it is oddly and we are getting literally seven and eight vehicles in a row that are empty. not enough business. i sense, mr. lazaro's disappointment and i would encourage everybody who has the program to bring it forward. the problem here is the question of who will own it? if some sort of universal system is owned in a conspicuous place it will create favoritism problems; it will create a prioritization problems, who gets to chip in first with their constructive comments. i would favor a system in which everybody is allowed to speak but not everybody was allowed on the road at all times. yeah, i think the spirit of competition has become a problem, it is no longer a virtue. thank you. >> the next speaker please. >> (calling names) >> good afternoon. it's been a long afternoon and you have a lot of things. unfortunat
was christopher chichester but had nothing to say about john and linda. there was nowhere to go with the missing persons case, not then, but something was about to change with the question that hung in the area and wouldn't go away. where exactly were john and linda? >> and who or what was really behind the missing couple's secret mission? that's what everyone wanted to know. when we come back, that mysterious tenant living like a peasant with a royal pedigree. >> he said he was here by himself and was descendant of some royalty in england. >> when "behind closed doors" continues. can gravity be usedcer ] to help overcome gravity? the chevrolet malibu eco with eassist captures downhill energy, unleashing it later to help propel you uphill. it adds up to an epa-estimated 37 mpg highway... ...and helps defy gravity and gas pumps. ♪ that's american ingenuity, to find new roads. right now get a 2013 chevrolet malibu eco for around $169 per month. right now get a 2013 chevrolet malibu eco looks like you got 5% cash back using your chase freedom card at lowe's this quarter. yeah! i felt really good.
resource management plans. [narrator] tim dechristopher was a university of utah student in december 2008. he attended an oil and gas lease sale. he bid on leases with the intent of disrupting the process. tim dechristopher was federally prosecuted on felony charges. he could potentially receive substantial prison time and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines if he's found guilty. [tim dechristopher] if i'm convicted i won't necessarily be surprised. i made the decision going in that this was something worth going to prison for, and i still stand by that, and will accept any consequences that i have to deal with for this, but i think this trial will be kind of a key indicator of where we're really at as a society and whether we're willing to justify the continued exploitation of not only our natural world, but our younger generations, and whether we're willing, as a society, to start standing up against that kind of exploitation. [ken salazar] it's inappropriate for people to break the law, and in that particular case there are laws that don't allow for the disruption of oil and gas
base along with the remains of army staff sergeant christopher ward. five americans were killed on saturday when a suicide car bomber blew up the convoy. three soldiers and two civilians. the delegation was headed to a school opening in southeastern afghanistan. >> we lost a young foreign service officer who was just trying to deliver books, bring knowledge to people. books in their own language in order to help them know about the possibilities of life. >> reporter: john kerry met her on his first visit to kabul as secretary of state. she e-mailed this photo to her family. her parents say she often looked for opportunities to reach out to afghans directly, beyond the walls of the embassy. like the time she helped organize a concert for afghan musicians at new york's carnegie hall. christopher lui was one of her close friends. they went on a group cycling trip three weeks ago in jordan. >> she was amazing. so passionate about doing something great for the world. it was so easy to tell that. >> reporter: near her home outside of chicago, ribbons and flags have been hung in her ho
for jenny and fellow grad, christopher. >> for some, i have secured interviews but right now their company is not looking to expand, their company is not looking to hire or the jobbing process so competitive. >> reporter: the economy recovering. it is not as easy to get a job as it was, you know, 15 years ago. >> reporter: with fewer events more students are turning to online job sources where students can ask corporate recruiters questions on everything how to nail an interview to how to thrive in a new work environment. >> that is a good question. >>> job openings increased this year according to the labor department. but, the number of people being hired has decreased in recent months. that could be because businesses are being collective or they are waiting for this crop of graduates. >> jenny and christopher plan to ask questions and set up unpaid internships. they know their college journey may be over but there is still a long lesson to learn about the recovering economy, back to you. >> who is hiring the most college graduates? according to careerbuilder.com. it rank above all ot
challenging for jenny and fellow grad christopher. >> for some i have secured interviews, but it seems like their company is not exactly looking to expand, that they are not looking to hire. and that the jobbing process is so competitive. >> the economy is still recovering. it's not as easy to get a job as it was, you know, 15 years ago. >> reporter: with fewer on- campus recruiting events, more students are turning to online job boards and like jobopedia.org on how to nail an interview to how to thrive in a new work environment. there that's a really good question. >> reporter: job openings increased by 11% this year according to the labor department. but the number of the people being hired has decreased in recent months. now that could be because businesses, they are being selective or that they are waiting for them to graduate. jenny and christopher plan to keep answering questions. setting up meetings and consider unpaid internships. their college journey may be over, but still a long lesson to learn about this recovering economy. sue kwon, kpix 5. >> so who is hiring the most college
that the doctor is describing that led to his death? recovering addict and well known author christopher known author christopher kennedy so, i'm working on a cistern intake valve, and the guy hands me a locknut wrench. no way! i'm like, what is this, a drainpipe slipknot? wherever your business takes you, you can save money with progressive commercial auto. [ sighs ] [ flo speaking japanese ] [ shouting in japanese ] we work wherever you work. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> were you frustrated in your on attempts to reach out to your own son? >> i tried so many times and i was barred from doing it by the security guards and stuff like that. they wouldn't even let me near him. and then one time i had thought about taking my children backed up to the gate and -- my truck and backing up to the gate and tearing it down. i didn't get a chance to get to him like that. because they kept him like howard hughes isolated. >> what is a family to do when an addict is in freefall like michael jackson was? christopher currently is working with the white house office on drug policy. a bes
speaker >> good evening i'm christopher's. i live in the neighborhood and i've known those people for 15 years. they work 7 days a week and this project they've listened to the neighbors they have responded to everyone and i think you should disallow the appeal >> any other public comment? it doesn't look like it so you can rebut >> to answer sir, mr. honda there were thirty people in the neighborhood that was against the project there was no one in the neighborhood who wants it arrest they say jeff's a nice guy no one in the neighborhood is for this project. the lawyer i hate to increase my bias against lawyers i'm sorry not too many of you are lawyers. this lawyer made a settlement and we'd love to know what that settlement looks like. the lawyer doesn't live there. he was this liquid guy when jeff left the meeting that he was going to sue himself him and now jeff just made a major concessions to the building. obviously it was a legitimate complaint. we not all in the mode to sue everybody. the people who live there up the street they're going to be the ones blocked. this is on open
in christopher tritico, he defended the oklahoma city bomber, timothy mcveigh. christopher, thanks very much for coming in. he is a u.s. citizen. he was -- he received his naturalized citizenship last september 11th, of all dates. he's obviously in a hospital. crime was committed in the united states. if they don't read him his miranda rights right away, you okay with that? >> well, look. i think the public safety exception is being greatly and overly expanded in this instance. the public safety exception as the supreme court laid out is for an instance when an officer walks up on a situation and sees an empty holster and says where's your gun. that's to prevent an imminent threat from happening right then. what they are doing now is really expanding that public safety exception to say really the fifth amendment applies when they say it does and i don't think the supreme court is going to uphold that down the line. the supreme court actually heard oral argument on a case very similar out of texas last week where their argument was the fifth amendment doesn't apply until we read the miranda r
arrested at saratoga high. the other suspect had just recently transferred to christopher high school in gilroy. police say they arrested a 16- year-old sophomore during first period pe on thursday. classmates say they didn't know about the allegation. however close friends are coming to his defense. >> i spoke to his dad. he said what he's accused of. i don't believe it one bit. >> the principal at christopher high declined to talk to us on camera. but in a statement called the 16-year-old suspect a good kid and good student. >>> new information now regarding dozens of faulty bolts on the new eastern span of the bay bridge. the dyson corporation of ohio manufactured the parts, and according to the sacramento bee, one year before the giant bolts were supplied, caltrans flagged the company for various deficiencies in manufacturing and paperwork. although -- although dyson reported lie failed some tests, caltrans gave it a so-called contingency plan. more than 30 bolts have snapped and need to be replaced or repaired. >>this morning hundreds of volunteers will be cleaning up the bay are
addict and well known author christopher kennedy >>> were you frustrated in your on attempts to reach out to your own son? >> i tried so many times and i was barred from doing it by the security guards and stuff like that. they wouldn't even let me near him. and then one time i had thought about taking my children backed up to the gate and -- my truck and backing up to the gate and tearing it down. i didn't get a chance to get to him like that. because they kept him like howard hughes isolated. >> what is a family to do when an addict is in freefall like michael jackson was? christopher currently is working with the white house office on drug policy. a best selling author and actor. the latest book is recover to live. and i welcome you onboard, chris, along with diane diamond. what is the family to do. joe complained not just in the the one phone interview but often to me that he was cut off from his son. >> a tough thing to do. i tell people to throw the rope, don't get in the water and treat themselves. there is very little that you can do for an addict if they are hell bent on destroyi
christopher stevens is now on display at a northern california art gallery. the piedmont native and uc berkeley graduate was killed in that benghazi terrorist attack on september 11th of last year. the christopher stevens memorial exhibition opened this weekend at the john solis gallery in davis. family and friends created the tribute featuring international artists. organizers say it's a fitting honor for the man who dedicated his life to peace and cooperation. >> we have ten different countries represented and people from all around the world are coming together because chris brought everybody together. that was always his philosophy. >> that christopher stevens memorial exhibition runs through april 20th. >>> still ahead, new questions over vacation benefits given to some staffers in the santa clara county district attorney's office. >>> and survival thanks to a whole lot of luck. how a family of five escaped death after their suv lands in a raging northern california river. >>> and here is a live look from our east bay camera showing you emeryville, looking back towards san francis
. a memorial to u.s. ambassador christopher stevens is now on display at a northern california art gallery. the piedmont native and ucht c berkeley graduate was the one killed in the benghazi terrorist attack on september 11th of last year. christopher stevens memorial exhibition opened at the john solis gallery in davis. family an friends created this tribute featuring international artists. organizers saying it's a fitting honor for the man who dedicated his life to peace and cooperation. >> we have ten different countries represented and people from all around the world are coming together because chris brought everybody together. that was always his philosophy. >> the christopher stevens memorial exhibit runs through april 20th. >>> still ahead, new questions over vacation benefits given to some staffers in the santa clara county d.a.'s office. >>> and survival, thanks to a whole lot of luck. how a family of five escaped death after their suv lands in a raging northern california river. >>> and we have a live look from our tam cam. you can see the clouds there. what kind of day is on t
a 911 call from a couple tied up by christopher dorner. >> you guys were tied up? they encountered dorner when they arrived to clean out their cabin. he bound and blindfolded them and then stole their car. karen somehow made it to her cell phone and described that car to the police. it shows north korea has more than likely completed all preparations needed for launch. now the u.s. military says it's not when north korea fires a missile but where. if it's over the water there are no plans to intercept it. if the missile is fired over land. interceptor missiles could be used to destroy it. an initial investigation has found that north korean government agents were behind a cyber account last month. >>> president obama is proposing spending cuts. coming up our washington, d.c. newsroom gives us a break down of the president's budget. >>> time is 5:05. this morning cal tran will give us an update on this progress dealing with this new project. cal tran will breathe the metropolitan transportation commission. >>> northbound 60 at mission boulevard. it's on its side blocking one of the
. >> okay. >> reporter: as students walked out of christopher high in gilroy they said staff urged them not to talk to us about staff. >> i like him. totally out of character. >> reporter: but friends wanted to come to his defense. >> plays football, basketball. i've seen the guy, we used to lift weights. he's my spotter. he's an awesome kid. my parents loved him. >> reporter: the boy transferred to christopher high from saratoga about one month into the school year. they say they didn't know about the allegations of sexual battery until he was arrested during first period p.e. on thursday. >> i spoke to his dad and he said, he's not guilty of what he's accused of. i take his word. >> i asked my daughter this morning do you know this person. >> reporter: denise teage says she's still stunned that one of her daughter's classmates is accused of such a crime. >> there's too much stuff going on with computers and these phones, it makes me sick. >> reporter: in a statement, he called the 16-year-old boy a good kid and a good student. in gilroy, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in can
of christopher high in gilroy they said staff urged them not to talk to us about staff. >> i like him. totally out of character. >> reporter: but friends wanted to come to his defense. >> plays football, basketball. i've seen the guy, we used to lift weights. he's my spotter. he's an awesome kid. my parents loved him. >> reporter: the boy transferred to christopher high from saratoga about one month into the school year. they say they didn't know about the allegations of sexual battery until he was arrested during first period p.e. on thursday. >> i spoke to his dad and he said, he's not guilty of what he's accused of. i take his word. >> i asked my daughter this morning do you know this person. >> reporter: denise teage says she's still stunned that one of her daughter's classmates is accused of such a crime. >> there's too much stuff going on with computers and these phones, it makes me sick. >> reporter: in a statement, he called the 16-year-old boy a good kid and a good student. in gilroy, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in canada, police reopened a rape case that is very similar
released a 911 call from a couple tied up by christopher dorner. >> you guys were tied up? they encountered dorner when they arrived to clean out their cabin. he bound and blindfolded them and then stole their car. karen somehow made it to her cell phone and described that car to the police. it shows north korea has more than likely completed all preparations needed for launch. now the u.s. military says it's not when north korea fires a missile but where. if it's over the water there are no plans to intercept it. if the missile is fired over land. interceptor missiles could be used to destroy it. an initial investigation has found that north korean government agents were behind a cyber account last month. >>> president obama is proposing spending cuts. coming up our washington, d.c. newsroom gives us a break down of the president's budget. >>> time is 5:05. this morning cal tran will give us an update on this progress dealing with this new project. cal tran will breathe the metropolitan transportation commission. >>> northbound 60 at m
. steven burns and christopher james is arrested for being an accomplice to the crime. the name of the man hasn't been released and investigators believe burn and the victim got into a fight before the killing. >>> we are live to see the drastic action taken by a school over a threat. robert smith is live. >> reporter: the gate is supposed to be open but it is locked uptight after classes were canceled in response to a threat that someone was going to be on a shooting rampage. they were having a good week, it was named a california distinguished school but no one was around today after a parent notified a threat of shooting and killing students. >> he didn't target anyone. just saying anyone on campus. >> reporter: school officials warned parents this morning. >> it said this school by name and it said today so it was specific enough we had to make a move. >> i hope we can identify who it was and that is the police department's job and they are are working on and it and i hope they can be prosecuted. >>> a cyber-search is difficult. >> a lot does require search warrant and these companies
that in the final two hours of the manhunt for christopher, deputies didn't fire a single shot. on february 12, 1 deputy was killed and another injured. according to the transcript, deputies were told not to fire unless they saw him. instead, tear gas was used to try and coax him out of the cabin. flames broke out and one gunshot was heard and authorities believe it was him taking his own life. >>> it was warmer out there away from the coastline. our inlands valleys were in the low 80s. in the south, 82 in sunnyville. closer to the coastline, temperatures were cooler thanks to the winds. we will see slightly stronger winds tomorrow. it will stay mild tonight. as we head into the weekend we will see warming away from the coastline, more 80-degree readings, and that will continue into monday but cooling into the rest of the next week. tomorrow morning, we will have fog near the coastline, but i think it will be pumped up along the immediate coastline. it will clear back tomorrow afternoon. we will have strong winds out of the north and sunny. temperatures tomorrow, in the upper 40s and low 50s. the
girlfriend who was running in the marathon. >>> for more on the investigation i'm joined now by christopher dickey paris bureau chief and middle east editor for "newsweek" and the daily beast and author of "securing the city: inside america's best counterterror force the nypd." christopher, as always, a pleasure. long-distance as it is here from paris. listen, it's hard to determine, but can you guess whether this might have been stopped, if it happened in new york city, given all the security cameras and all the other technology in place? >> new york city is always ready for this kind of thing. and from the moment that anybody in new york heard that the bombings had taken place in boston, while a lot of the press reports were saying it wasn't clear what it was, they determined immediately that this was probably a terrorist act, and they heightened the alert all over new york city. they've got cars ready. almost 100 cars ready at any given moment to deploy to places that they think need extra protection. they did that. they were -- they are always on alert and they went on to super high ale
been arrested, steven burns is charged with stabbing a man and setting a body on fire and christopher james is being arrested for helping. police say there may have been a homeless incampment in the area. >> there was conflict that led to the fatal stabbing of the victim. >> reporter: the victim has not been identified, but police say they believe he was a transplant and both suspects were as well. >>> it was a somber day at a local high school where there is now awareness about the dangers of railroad tracks. >>> >> reporter: students here are grief-stricken and the school does stress train safety and here is why. union pacific tracks running right across from the school's campus. theresa hernandez heard the sound and spoke to us through a translation. >> i saw something flying in the air and what fell was the body of the the boy. >> reporter: the boy was austin price and he had been playing chicken on the tracks and was struck. >> i told him not to play those games. he is my best friend and i will miss him a lot. >> reporter: students bringing flowers and holding on tight. >> when s
.s. deaths. one u.s. civilian was killed in a separate attack. >> a heartfelt tribute to christopher stevens on display at a norway california art gallery. the piedmont native was killed in the again georgia si terror -- benghazi attack last year. the tribute opened at the museum. family and friends created the tribute that features honors from around the world. >> we have ten different countries represented and people from all around the world are coming together because chris brought everybody together. and that was always his philosophy. >> the christopher stevens memorial exhibition runs through april 20th. >>> investigators in southern california are looking into why other dump truck was on the tracks when a metrolink commuter train hit it. the crash caused the dump truck to roll over. nine of the train's 190 passengers were taken to the hospital for treatment. the truck driver was treated at the scene and released. sometime still -- >>> still to come, a dramatic rescue. >> must have done at least one complete flip. >> landed in the river on the passenger side. >> ama: the kayaker in th
. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 what messages said. >> i yim once belonging to christopher dorner is now up for auction. what the pawn shop wants to do with the money. >> trance forming a new exploratorium. amazing show you'll see tonight, how >>> federal authorities say substance that is believed to be contained in receipters sent to president obama and a republican senator did test positive as ricin. further tests are being done. it's a poison sometimes lumped in with other agents and it can be deadly. abc news reporter with more now from washington, d.c.. >> in malmaryland letter was suspicious substances were discovered tlrk news comes that a letter to be delivered to the white house tested positive for ricin. >> any time a suspicious powder is located it's tested at remote sites to mitigate risk to recipients and general population. >> positive results came from tests in the field. all leters being tested again in a laboratory to get another result. in a statement fbi says the investigation into these leters remains ongoing and more leters stay mai still be received. there is
. in fact, there's been none for 15 years. >> hockenberry: there's christopher monckton, a big draw at these meetings, who brings the skeptics to their feet every time. >> god bless america. >> hockenberry: republican congressman james sensenbrenner of wisconsin, vice chairman of the use science committee. >> paul krugman accused my colleagues and me of treason against the planet. (laughter) >> hockenberry: there's chris horner from the competitive enterprise institute... >> ...economic salvation. this is our way out. >> hockenberry: and james taylor, senior fellow at the heartland institute, organizer of this gathering. >> the debate indeed is over. in the years prior to 2007, the 2008 elections, we actually heard from many folks that we should tone it down on global warming, we should not talk about the issue, because the court of public opinion had already decided and we were on the losing end. but we believe that if we present the case to the american people and it resonates, if they get it, then that's going to work its way up the political stepladder. >> hockenberry: you've re
. christopher glen of oppenheimer. daniel holland of morning star. christopher, let me ask you, how do you feel this deal to buy lufkin reflects the overall strategy for the future of ge? >> yeah. it reflects sort of a sea change in the capital allocation strategy over the long term. and refocusing that very targeted acquisitions on the industrial side where during the 2000s, you had pretty aggressive acquisitions of financial portfolios that really boosted the financial growth during the 2000s. but ultimately raised the risk profile as we saw it. now you're seeing a much more focused, targeted, as you said small, 3 billion small for ge, type acquisitions that are low risk profiles. they're really kind of pulling the portfolio very gradually away from the financial and retrenching that very methodically. >> i mean, you have a price target of 25. daniel, you think the stock is under valued as well. what appeals to you as to ge as an investment here? >> if you look at the core industrial franchise, there's a lot of strong fundamental growth drivers behind the individual segments. think about powe
for yourself. >>> back in february it was a cop killer named christopher dorner who had law enforcement families across southern california double-locking their doors. tonight officers of the court and their loved ones in texas know that feeling of vulnerability after the murder of a district attorney and his wife and an assistant da proof that making an oath to keep the peace comes with a price. >> reporter: the details could be ripped from a legal thriller. >> we received a call of a possible two deceased persons. >> reporter: a veteran district attorney gunned down in his own home alongside his wife this weekend. >> we proceeded to the scene and found the district attorney mr. mclelland and his wife cynthia deceased at that time. they both had been shot. >> reporter: kaufman county district attorney mike mclelland executed from multiple shots from an assault rifle and his wife cynthia murdered too. a brazen attack on a top law enforcement official is almost unheard of in small communities like this one. but weeks ago, mike mclelland himself stood before a bank of microphones and spok
that make this program happen. christopher jones has been our graphics operator for eight seasons on this program. the key for the work and we're glad have you on your team. >> i have had the opportunity to work on everything from the logo to all of our lower thirds. led have you. >> a conversation with eva mendes coming up now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: her breakthrough role was opposite denzel washington in trading day and has gone on to make her mark with johnny depp to matt damon and is now co- starring with ryan gosling and bradley cooper in a movie called "the placed beyond the pines." about fathers, sons, and the consequences of the decisions they make. navigat
'yongyang, i'm joined by christopher held. he served as the lead american negotiator in the six party talks with north korea. thank you for joining me, mr. hill. right, as ban ki moon says, that it is a dangerous situation? or are others correct in shrugging it off? >> i think both are right. i do not think there is risk of court -- of nuclear war. they have exploded couple of devices underground. there is no evidence that they have come close to putting it on m.s.o., much less directed at someone. -- putting it on in this file, much less directing it at someone. but i think ban ki moon has a good. in that you could have a miscalculation that could result -- had a good thought in that you could have a miscalculation that could result in retaliation by south korea or someone else. overall, as you suggest, this is an effort by kim jong-un to shore up his situation at home. he clearly has not been able to find an exit ramp and does not know how to wind this thing down at all, which is why it just keeps getting more and more tense. >> when you were involved in the six-party talks, kim jong-un w
for the first time the emergency call from a couple bound in their condo by lapd police officer, christopher dorner. karen and jim reynolds found dorner in big bear. he took off in the so and that's when they managed to get free and call 9-1-1. the man was located across the street from that condo. it took officers about 15 minutes to respond to the call. >> how long ago did he tie you up? >> 15 minutes or 30 minutes. >> did this happen today? >> yes, yes. we are still tied up. >> are you still tied up? >> yes. >> investigators say dorner shot and killed himself a few hours later following a shootout with deputies. he was accused of killing four people during a rampage to avenge his firing from the lapd. >>> warm today and could be warmer tomorrow. it heated up early. did we set any records? meteorologist sandhya patel is here with live doppler 7hd. sandhya? >> not record territory, but it was a warmer day. let's show you live doppler 7hd. the skies are clear and no fog. we don't have to worry about any rain right now. it got up to 80 degrees in santa rosa and 78 in oakland. 74 degrees in sa
congressional hero award. christopher smith. >> before we leave the subject on whether or not vaccines cause autism, which is a commonly held view, there is a division particularly on the drug the mare sol. and it should be noted that in the november december issue of of the columbia journalism review, a very lengthy article addresses the journalistic responsibilities are of how this is presented to the public and the conclusion is whether this ther setrue, right or wrong, there will be consequences for the public health apparatus and vaccine manufacturer botharents and their children, and for journalists, children, and for journalists, done and scientists eager to do it, it seems too soon for the press to shut the door on the debate. because there have been articles that have dismissed the ther mersolor vaccine and there is congressman wells of call -- of florida who is a doctor and he says he believes in vaccines. he always have been a beliefer and i think his conviction is that the sre is an unjustified scare. but he says it should still be examined. science should still do its work, corr
. the transfer took place yesterday afternoon. service members carried the flag draped coffins of christopher ward, ever hun chin, and a young states diplomat. >>> a man has been charged with murder in connection with a shooting death of a freelance photographer. anthony lister fired the shot that killed 54-year-old lionel fluker friday night. he was driving home just as two men started shooting at each other. a stray bullet hit fluker and he died at the scene. >> it's a very busy intersection. a lot of people use that station to fill up their gas. and it's centrally located in the shooting. >> lister was injured at the shooting and turned up at a hospital where he was later arrested. >>> the city soft santa clara is -- the city of santa clara is one step closer to building a big complex. they gave a develop aerogreen light to begin project. the city owned land sits on 230 acres. that is five-times larger than san jose's shopping center and ten-times larger than the new stadium site. the developer is eager to get things started. >> i'm overjoyed. there is a lot of work ahead. we've been worki
, christopher dorner. >> reporter: this week's strong wind storm in the bay area has left quite a bit of damage across san francisco and the -- and the bay area. we'll tell you about how long it may take for all of the cleanup when "mornings on 2" continues. >>> the weather has improved a lot but storm cleanup continues in parts of san francisco hit with a high -- hit with high winds. powerful gusts brought down giant trees like the one behind ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savidge. alex, i saw you tweeted that you tried to help move the tree but didn't have much luck. >> reporter: that tree is heavy. that's a big one right there. take a look at it. essentially what happened is, there are two parts to it. it split off in two directions and yeah, it's gonna take some professionals to get this tree to budge at all. this is right on sunset boulevard near sloat. of course, this came toppling down in that fierce wind storm we had earlier on this week. i talked just a short time ago with a spokeswoman with the department of public works here in san francisco. she tells me today crews will be out in for
the 911 call for the first time from the couple held hostage by fugitive excop christopher dorner. >> how long ago did he tie you up? >> 15-30 minutes >> this all happened today? >> yes! we're still tied up! >> in february, he set off one of the largest manhunts in california history he want killed four people in san bernardino county before taking refuge in the reynolds' big bear vacation home. >> does he have any weapons on him? >> yes. >> how many ? >> an automatic with a silencer. >> dorner killed himself as police closed in on him. the reynolds and one other man are now trying to claim the million dollars reward for dorner's capture. los angeles police have appointed a special panel to sort it out. >>> the senate is poised tonight for a vote on gun legislation that will mean tighter controls on sales. capital hill rivals put aside differences to hammer out a compromise. >> reporter: pennsylvania republicans toomey and mansion stood together to expand background checks. >> we have an agreement to prevent criminals and the mentally ill from getting firearms. >> reporter: it requires
goes to christopher high in gilroy. all three are being held in juvenile hall. audrey's parents did not find out about the attack until after her suicide. >> what these boys did is unconscionable and should be held to the highest standard of the law, making sure that this never happens again. >> reporter: the d.a.'s office is not making any official comment because this case involves minors. her parents are hoping they can prevent another tragedy from happening again. george kiriyama, nbc bay area news. >> so sad. thank you very much, george. her family started a foundation in her honor. it offers counseling and support to those who reach out. the foundation provides music and art scholarships. those were two of her passions. we'll stay on top of the developments and bring you new information when we get it. >>> new at 1 1:00, it's a game no one should ever play. tonight, three boys apparently did. deputies telling us that one boy tied during a game of chicken with two friends and an amtrak train. cheryl hurd joins us this eving with the latest. >> reporter: it happened here along t
. that 15-year-old identified as austin christopher price this morning. the students left flowers. they held a vigil at the tracks this morning as well. one parent said they got a phone call telling them about the tragedy. sheriff's deputies say they were playing along the tracks with chicken with a capital corridor amtrak train when he was hit last night around 6:45. the other two students clearly shaken up. i spoke with a parent and the principal. >> austin was a sweet young man. he was involved here, leadership academy on campus, good grades, well loved. >> i feel scared because my son coming to this school also. i'm so sorry, feel so sad. >> reporter: now, there was a moment of silence this morning as well. the principal tells me two memorials are set up inside the school. there are posters for students to sign including one by the locker of this student. some of those students are saying they don't want this locker reassigned. back here live, i want to show you this is the parking lot for the school. if you can pan over there, can you see how close the tracks are to the school. the prin
the victim, 25-year-old christopher james is charged as an accessory. both are believed to be transients. investigators say burns and the victim got into an altercation. they say burns stabbed the victim and set him on fire. police are still working to identify the body. >>> shef roven chevron admitting tonight it could have done more to prevent that massive refinery fire in richmond. a new internal report details a number of inspection and maintenance shortcomings leading up to the fire last august. they include failure to inspect, document and replace corrosion-proned pipes. chevron's own inspectors pointed out a decade ago. >> i think at the end of the day, there are people out there who have been telling them for a long time they need to pay more attention to what's going on in their shop, and they need to listen to these people. >> and chevron is promising now to improve its inspection and communication procedures. it also plans to inspect every pipe in the richmond facility. you can find the full report on kpix.com. just click on news. >>> the year was 1870. construction began on t
. nbc's michelle franzen takes a new look. >> reporter: you want to just keep christopher here? >> denise jeffries runs a family business in queens, new york. a daycare center that her mother linda started 30 years ago to make sure she was properly looked after. >> i just worried all the time that my child wasn't getting what she needed. >> reporter: now at 32, denise is facing the same challenge, balancing her work while she and her husband bring up two young children. >> this is number two. >> that's number three. >> reporter: life at home is a flurry of homework, cooking dinner, and bedtime stories. >> it's absolutely not easy. but nothing worth having is easy. >> reporter: one voice in a debate raging about the cost of success, fueled by books like "lean in" and "the atlantic monthly" story entitled "why women still can't have it all." and a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows that almost two-thirds of men and women agree. when it comes to having a career and family, most women can't have it all without making a lot of sacrifices. among women 55 and older, 68% sai
will read you a quote from the directeder of the international agency for the r on cancer, christopher wild who said, on behalf of the world health organization which decided that cell phone radiation is a, "possible human carcinogen," he made this remark. "given the potential consequences of public health of this classification it is important that additional research be conducted. pending the availability of such information it is important to take pragmatic measures to reduce exposure such as hand-free device or texting. >> thank you. >>> and that advice has been echoed -- >> do you have a written of ha? >> >>> i can send this to you by e-mail. i have the article that was published today. >> okay, thank you. >>> and i have been given two minutes by another speaker. >> i'm not giving it. >>> you're not? >> no. everybody has two minutes. sorry. >>> thank you. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is leslie [speaker not understood] and i am a san francisco resident. i wish to express my gratitude to the board of supervisors who voted unanimously passing the right to know legislation. you
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 312 (some duplicates have been removed)